Singapore is known as a playground for the rich, with its high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels and fine dining options. Singapore has a vibrant history, along with various family-friendly attractions and lovely public places that make visiting this city worthwhile. An excellent public transportation system makes getting around in Singapore convenient and easy. English is the common language making it convenient for tourists and all the signs are in English as well. Milesnsmilesholidays offers Cheap Package Tour for Singapore with cruise and Best Singapore Tour Package with Cruise, two packages for Indian Tourists. Top 10 visiting places of Singapore:
- Marina Bay Sands is Situated at 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore. The lavish Marina Bay Sands resort complex is home to a high-end luxury hotel, a mall with a canal running through it. The ArtScience Museum, and the Marina Bay Sands Skyparkare also a part of this resort. The Skypark’s viewing deck and infinity pool are at the top of the hotel. Only inhouse hotel guests are allowed to use the infinity pool, but the observation deck can be visited by anyone. The Double helix bridge, the port and the Gardens by the Bay are visible from the deck along with the impressive skyline.
Marina Bay Sands
The souvenir stall is the perfect place to buy gifts for family and friends, visitors can enjoy snacks and coffee at the rooftop restaurant.
- Gardens by the Bay, located at 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore and is one of the most famous sightseeing destinations of Singapore. After seeing this beautifully designed green area from the top of the Marina Bay Sands, it will be the first place you will visit.
Bay East Garden is perfect for enjoying the various plants.
is a cluster of futuristic structures designed to perform environmentally sustainable functions.
Then, we are on the Top of Cloud Forest Dome to see the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.
- Botanic Gardens, located at 1 Cluny Road, Singapore and received first UNESCO World Heritage nomination. The city feels like a concrete jungle but the botanic gardens showcase Singapore’s wilder heritage. A walking trail leads to the gardens’ heritage trees, which are conserved to protect the city’s mature tree species.
- National Orchid Garden is very impressive and is a must visit place here. Eco-garden, eco-lake, bonsai garden, sculptures, and several other gardens are also visited by tourists.
- Singapore Zoo, the world’s best rainforest zoo, is located at 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore. It is a clean and inviting lush green habitat where the animals are taken care of very well.
- It has various animals like a large chimpanzee family, zebras, meerkats, a komodo dragon, mole rats, white tigers, kangaroos, and many other creatures. The orangutans are really impressive Guests can also observe feedings for some of the animals. It takes almost three hours to visit the entire zoo.
- The also offers the Night Safari, River Safari(including a giant panda forest), and the Jurong Bird Park. To enjoy a unique wildlife experience, try the Singapore Zoo Breakfast with the Orangutans.
- Orchard Road – Singapore is famous as best shopping destination. The Orchard Road is the perfect place to start a shopping spree, as there are high-end stores at every turn. It boasts of 22 malls and six department stores. There are also four movie theatres and plenty of eateries in the neighbourhood serving international cuisines.
- Singapore Flyer- If the Marina Bay Sand’s observation decks height isn’t sufficient to get the bird’s eye view then, the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest giant observation wheel offers the perfect vantage point along with the option of enjoying high tea while looking out over the city.
- You can opt from different packages that give you a chance to be served and pampered while enjoying a view of not only the Singapore skyline, but also the Spice Islands of Indonesia and Malaysia’s Straits of Johor. The flight time is 30 minutes and operates from early morning till late at night.
- Raffles Hotel Singapore – is located in the city’s Colonial District at 1 Beach Road, Singapore.
This colonial building is one of the world’s last grand 19th-century hotels and serves as a city landmark with tropical gardens, excellent food and service. Charlie Chaplin, Rudyard Kipling and Joseph Conrad have stayed here as well.
- China Town – A visit to Singapore’s Chinatown neighbourhood gives you the exact feel one would get while visiting China itse lf. The hustle, bright red lanterns, authentic Chinese food is a memorable experience. Chinese Heritage Centre,Sri Mariamman (Hindu temple) and the Buddha Tooth Relic temple are must see places here.
- Sentosa Island – Singapore is a beach destination and Sentosa Island is the place for having fun in the sun. Siloso Beach is the ultimate spot for relaxing on the beach, playing volleyball on free courts or Kayaking and Skim boarding. An Underwater World aquarium gives you the opportunity to swim with dolphins.
A must-see on Sentosa Island is the Merlion, Singapore’s famous statue that has the body of a Fish And head of a Lion. Fort Siloso, located on Sentosa Island, is the only preserved fort of Singapore.
Clarke Quay – is the place where visitors head for an evening of waterfront dining and entertainment. River taxis and cruises also depart from Clarke Quay. Bungy-jumping the Quay’s biggest attraction is a big hit with younger tourists.